By Rolland Thach. interior. Published at Thursday, September 06th, 2018 - 05:16:47 AM.
One of them is to use two separate materials in your cabinet design. A wood finish is typically selected for part of the look. but you could. for example. mix it with laminate for a sleek. modern look or glass and aluminum to give the room an industrial feel.If you're planning on mixing and matching in this way. remember that design inspiration is the key to success.
“I recommend covering all the walls of the room in one color to make it feel larger. Consider using a warm and rich or soft and soothing hue to cover the majority of the room. including the ceiling. Highlighting one unifying color fades defining lines. which enhances the coziness of the space. Additionally. using that wall color at least one other time in your space — either in an area rug or a small accent piece
Anyone who's ever had to deal with a tiny apartment knows that small space living comes with its own set of challenges. It doesn't mean designing these spaces is impossible. With a little planning and forethought. even the most cramped spaces can become equal parts functional and eye-catching.If you're dealing with tight square footage and aren't quite sure where to start. you're in luck.
Most of us would agree that small space living requires a certain amount of flexibility and creativity. However. when done right. there's no reason why even the tightest of spaces can't showcase a design worthy of acclaim. To help you get the most out of your space. we asked interior design pros to share their best advice for helping compact rooms shine.